- Prep time:
- 5 minutes
- Cook time:
- 6-10 minutes
- 4 servings
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Bust out the barbecue for these spicy oysters! While some prefer smaller oysters for grilling, just about any size will do.
- 12-16 fresh oysters, small to medium in size
- 2 tablespoons wasabi mustard
- 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice
- 2 teaspoons lemongrass, pureed
- 1 teaspoon ginger, pureed
Preheat gas or charcoal grill to medium-high heat.
Stir together all ingredients except oysters to make wasabi mustard sauce, then set aside.
When grill is hot, arrange oysters over coals and cook for about 6- 10 minutes. Use ample heat and be sure to watch them carefully. Oysters are done as soon as the shells pop open. Remove open oysters from grill and discard those that do not open. Shells will be hot, so be careful handling them.
Remove the top shell from each oyster and gently loosen oyster from its base shell. Serve oysters while still hot with a dollop of wasabi mustard sauce.
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